Iran, Saudi foreign ministers to meet 'in the coming days': Amir-Abdollahian
Iran Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian held a telephone conversation with his Saudi counterpart Prince Faisan bin Farhan on Sunday following the recent warming of ties between the two countries, promising to meet "in the coming days".
Tehran and Riyadh broke ties in 2016 after Riyadh's diplomatic missions in Iran were attacked following the execution of influential Shia cleric Nimr Al-Nimr by Saudi Arabia.
Saudi Arabia's foreign ministry did not mention the upcoming meeting but confirmed that the two leading diplomats discussed "
Iranian and Saudi security officials met in Beijing and on 10 March agreed to reopen their embassies and consulates in what was seen as a landmark bilateral deal.
Ties between Iran and Saudi Arabia have been strained for decades, and the tensions came to a head in 2016 following the execution of Al-Nimr.